Political parties exist in almost every state, but the role of parties differs enormously between countries. While some states only have a single party, others have a party system involving many different parties with different alignments. The manner in which parties are organised in a particular country gives an insight into how democratic the state as a whole is organised. The following paper presents a model for a democratically organised party in which party members are at the heart of organisational activity, much like the citizens of a democratic state.
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